it in washington, and i'm certainly hoping tonight that we'll hear good things and then we'll see not just a talk, but we'll see the walk in the coming months and there's a lot of work to be done because the real unemployment rate is over 18% in this country in terms of people who are either not looking forward because they've given up or because they're working part-time, added to the regular unemployment numbers and we need to wake up to that fact. as an engineer, i've told you before, unless we identify the problem correctly, we'll never come up with the right solution and so far, we haven't been identified, but now you're right, it's coming from everywhere and it's coming hard and fast and the american people are speaking loud and clear. >> all right, dan. one of the things that i talked to some of my people on the right side. the right wingers as i would call them, historically and what they say to me is, jim, you're a cry baby. you've joined a legion of cry babies who now feel the government has to create jobs and you don't believe in the private sector. dan, am i a cry baby from your view?